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Twice-Exceptional Students Participating in Advanced Placement. Edition No. 1

  • Published: February 2009
  • 200 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House

What do twice-exceptional students and their
parents, teachers, and guidance counselors identify
as the supports and barriers for students with
disabilities, participating in Advanced Placement
(AP) and/or College Level Learning classes? Thirty
parents, teachers and guidance counselors of twice-
exceptional high school students participated in
this study, reporting about their perceptions and
experiences. Six twice-exceptional college
students, who attended Advanced Placement and/or
other for college credit classes while still in high
school, describe their experiences as well. Through
a semi-structured interview process, themes emerged
indicating what helped twice-exceptional students to
successfully participate in Advanced Placement
and/or other for college credit classes, and what
barriers to participation they encountered along the
way.

Susan, Schultz.
Susan M.Schultz is an Assistant Professor at St. John Fisher
College. She earned her Ed.D in Educational Leadership from the
University of Rochester, Certificate of Advanced Study in
Educational Administration from the State University of New
York/Brockport, and M.S in Special Education from
the State University of New York/Buffalo.

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